Bell Canada

March 12

Bell Canada: Sony Wireless Headphones Were $250 | Now $150 & Free Shipping

Posted by on March 12, 2015 at 4:47 PM

Bell Canada: Sony Wireless Headphones Were $250 | Now $150 & Free Shipping

Bell Mobility Canada has substantially discounted the Sony MDR-10R Series Bluetooth Headphones in black with red accents. Originally $249.95, the headset is now on sale for $149.97. Bell offers free shipping on orders of $50 or more.

I always price compare headphones thoroughly to make sure you are getting the best deal. I find that headphones and wireless speakers often drop in price, so I want to make sure I am writing about the lowest price – not just a lower price. This wireless Sony headset retails for:

  • $249.99 @ Sony Store Canada
  • $249.99 @ Best Buy Canada
  • $179.99 + $9.16 shipping @ Amazon Canada

When price comparing this headset, you have to be very careful about getting the version right. The same code (MDR-10R) applies to both a wireless set and a wired set. This is the wireless set – perfect for people looking to get with the system and cut the chain that tethers them to their iPhone, Android, computer, and more. You could also use this beauty with a Bluetooth enabled television. That way, your 2 AM binges on Game of Thrones will not disturb the rest of the household. Only your groans over who killed off might stir the dead… or sleeping parties.

In my house, headsets are essential. They are the way my partner indulges in hockey without driving me crazy. They are also the way I indulge in metal bands like Disturbed, Apocalyptica, Tool, and more without driving the household crazy.

When you go to checkout, Bell has a little compatibility test to ensure this headset will work for your device. I tried my phone out and received this message:

This accessory is not compatible with your iPhone 5s. If you continue with your purchase, please be aware that this accessory will not work with your mobile device.

I do not actually have the 5s, I have the iPhone 5. I also do not quite believe this report as my iPhone works just fine with my Sony Bluetooth speaker. Even if you get this response, you can still order the headset.

Reviewers, for the most part, are quite pleased with the headset. One reviewer on Sony said:

Just bought the MDR-10RBT headphones. So far all went well. It was easy to pair them with my iPad, Blackberry, and Mac. The sound is very good, with just the right amount of bass and great volume. They fit well and are not uncomfortable.

I would read more comments as some of the reviewers tell you how to use APT-X codec for the best possible sound.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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December 9

No Minimum Monday Electronics Roundup

Posted by on December 9, 2013 at 10:33 AM

No Minimum Monday Electronics Roundup

Today is No Minimum Monday as you may have heard and we have a number of electronics stores that are shipping for free for you today, including a number who are offering Bargainmoose exclusive promo codes.

Check out the following electronics stores where you can get free shipping today.

These electronics stores always ship for free:

These stores are offering Bargainmoose exclusive free shipping with no minimum today with promo codes:

AAR Tech – code FREEMOOSE – normally shipping is free on orders over $500!

Canon – code FREESHIPMOOSE – normally free ship on orders over $15 (Expired)

Lorex Technology – code MOOSE9 – shipping normally depends on what you get – estimate with the shipping calculator before entering the code to see what you’ll save

Go Satellite – code Bargainmoose  

Raw Nutrition – code MONDAYMOOSE – shipping is normally free on orders over $99 (Expired)

123 Ink Cartridges – code fs2013moose – shipping normally free on $49+ (Expired)

Prime Cables – code fs2013moose – normally on orders over $49 (Expired)

iPhone Gala – code fs2013moose - normally on orders over $49 (Expired)

(Photo Credit: Michael J)

(Expiry: 9th December 2013)

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October 9

Bell Mobility Canada: Save $100 When You Buy the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear!

Posted by on October 9, 2013 at 12:15 PM

Bell Mobility Canada: Save $100 When You Buy the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear!Get the latest Android smartphone and the newest kid on the wearable technology block for $100 less from Samsung and Bell Canada!

To get to this deal click the above link and scroll down to the “Get Galaxy Gear” links and click the one for the colour you want.

Wearable technology is the next big thing. Apparently. I don’t know. I’m down with wearable technology (and OPP) but I’m a little sick and tired of all the pundits who are trying to validate their use of it. No one out there will actually say it’s really cool to take pictures, read texts and do all this other stuff from their watch. For whatever reason these dummies just need to go on about stuff like their quantified self. This is the idea of knowing your blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen level, how many steps you’ve taken, how well you’re sleeping and all that other stuff from wearing some piece of technology. It’s fine to know all that stutff but come on, that’s not the real reason for wanting wearable technology, that’s just an excuse to be a big, big dork.

Okay, rant over. Samsung’s Galaxy Gear was released in concert with the Galaxy Note 3. If you want both of these (and who wouldn’t) then you can get them for $100 less at Bell. The Galaxy Gear is normally $329.90 but you’ll get it for $229.90 plus the cost of the phone which will either be $299.95 on a 2 year contract or $799.95 outright. I have a Galaxy Note 2 and I absolutely love it. I would highly suggest the Note 3 to anyone looking to get a new phone. And no, it’s not too big!

(Expires: Unknown)

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November 23

Canadian Black Friday Cell Phone Sale Roundup

Posted by on November 23, 2012 at 12:30 PM

Canadian Black Friday Cell Phone Sale Roundup

All three carriers have some good deals but there is a definite winner and a definite loser on these deals. Who will it be? Could the winner be Bell?! Could the loser be Rogers!? … Actually, that’s right. Bell is the winner and Rogers is the loser. Sorry Rogers people…

Ok, I know, stop your angry emails and listen. I can’t include every carrier so I’m including the big three. If I put WING in there someone is going to get mad because I didn’t include SaskTel or Moblicity. I’m sorry but I just don’t need this kind of hassle in my life. I love you all, but not that much. These are the deals in order of awesome. Again, I’m sorry Rogers.


  • Samsung Galaxy S III – Now $0
  • Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE – Now $29.95
  • Samsung Galaxy Note – Now $0
  • Motorola RAZR V – Now $0


  • Samsung Galaxy S III – Now $0


  • Samsung Galazy S III – Now $79.99

The Clear winner in this deal is the free SGS IIIs. All the other phones that Bell has up are great, although I can’t see why anyone would pay $30 for an SGS II when you can get an SGS III for free. I don’t have the exact before prices (or rather I do, but they are on my computer at work) but the SGS III was around $170 and the other phones were $50 or $60.

All of these are available online or in-store on new 3-year contracts or renewals.

(Bell Expires: 25th November 2012)

(Rogers & Telus Expires: 26th November 2012)

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August 4

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Posted by on August 4, 2012 at 7:00 PM

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

I’ve had a Samsung Galaxy S for two years this month. It has been a great phone but it is getting a bit long in the tooth. I’ve abused it, my son has abused it, I’ve rooted and rommed it multiple times and it just isn’t doing too hot anymore. So I’ve been looking around for a new phone. I’m dreaming, really, because I’m far too cheap to pay the Early Hardware Upgrade Plan (EHUP) fee that Bell charges but it got me to thinking. If I bought a new phone today, on contract, what would I buy?

So I thought I’d share a list of the best cheap smartphones out there. A few caveats:

  1. I’m only going to do the big three. Bell, Telus, Rogers. If I start getting into the smaller ones the list will become unwieldy.
  2. These are all Android phones. Blackberry can’t compete on this level and iPhone is too expensive.
  3. All these prices are under a three year contact. There are huge costs involved in a contract so be aware.
  4. This is an opinion piece. My opinion might be different than yours.

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Phone: Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Specs: 1.2 GHz Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 4.65″ screen, 1280×720 display, 135 grams. This is the Google dev phone so it gets updates to the latest OS quicker than any other phone.

Price: $30

Carriers: Bell

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Phone: HTC One S

Specs: Android 4.0, 1.5GHz Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 16 GB Memory. 4.3″ screen, 960×540 resolution, 126 grams. This phone, as with all HTC phones, has the Sense UI over it.

Price: $50 (Telus), $100 (Bell)

Carriers: Bell, Telus

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Phone: Motorola RAZR V

Specs: Android 4.0 1.2GHz Dual Core Processor, 1 GB RAM, 4 GB Memory, 4.3″ screen, 960×540 resolution, 130 grams.

Price: $30

Carriers: Bell

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Phone: HTC One X

Specs: Android 4.0, 1.5GHz Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 16 GB Memory. 4.7″ screen, 1280×720 resolution, 146 grams. This phone, as with all HTC phones, has the Sense UI over it.

Price: $100

Carriers: Telus, Rogers

The Best $100 or Less (on Contract) Smartphones in Canada

Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note

Specs: Android 2.3 (upgrade to 4.0), 1.5GHz Dual Core processor, 1GB RAM, 16 GB MEmory. 5.3″ screen, 1280×800 resolution, 178 grams. The screen on this phone is huge and comes with a stylus.

Price: $100

Carriers: This phone is available at all the carriers but is only available for $100 at Telus.


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March 13

Dell: Bell Grab and Go Internet $7.99 (was $29.99)

Posted by on March 13, 2011 at 2:00 PM

Dell: Bell Grab and Go Internet $7.99 (was $29.99)

One of Dell’s impressive daily deals today is the Bell Grab and Go Internet for $7.99 (you save $22)! This kit is suppose to be a great deal even at $29.99, as you get 4 months of internet with this kit! All for $8.

I know very little about internet kits, so here is the description on Dell Canada’s website:

Get 4 months of Bell Internet when you purchase a $29.99 Grab and Go Kit. No contract required. Take Advantage of this exclusive offer and get up to $230 in net savings. The Grab and go kit contains Internet activation instructions.

I suggest reading the reviews, they are quite helpful to figure out what you are getting. So again, I URGE you to read the reviews.

18 hours left!

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January 15

4 Months of Internet from Bell for $29.99 (ON, PQ)

Posted by on January 15, 2011 at 10:00 AM

4 Months of Internet from Bell for $29.99 (ON, PQ)

This is an interesting offer from Bell: Get 4 months of Bell Internet with the purchase of a $29.99 Bell Internet Activation Kit with no term required. That means you can get 4 months of internet, for the $29.99, with no obligation to continue with their service. This offering is available to residents of Quebec and Ontario.

There are many terms and conditions, like this offer is only available to new Bell customers, and some current dial-up customers. I really urge you to read the terms and conditions on the website so you are well educated for your hook-up. I am aware that one’s monthly internet bill can easily be $29.99 alone, so 4 months for that price is great if you are on a budget.

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